SPECIAL PUBLICATION DONATED: During the August meeting of Arceneaux Post 77, American Legion, Commander David Simon, left, accepts a new publication, “Acadia Parish Soldiers Who Died In Wartime Service of the United States 1917-2011” by Allen Welch of Crowley Post 15, also representing the Point de L’Eglise Acadia Genealogical & Historial Society, whose members compiled the historical keepsake. (Acadian-Tribune Photo by Lisa Soileaux)
During the monthly meeting of Arceneaux Post 77 held Tuesday, Aug.
TWO RAYNE PATROL OFFICERS, Jeremy Abshire, left, and Kyle Seaux, right, were among the law enforcement officers from across the state who volunteered their services in Baton Rouge following the July 17 ambush shooting there that left three officers dead and three more wounded. With the local officers is Police Chief Carroll J. Stelly. (Acadian-Tribune photo by Steve Bandy)
Rayne Patrol Officers Jeremy Abshire and Kyle Seaux said they wouldn’t trade the two days they spent in Baton Rouge for anything.
CROWLEY - It took a little less than an hour for the Acadia Parish Police Jury to zip through a fairly routine agenda Tuesday, bogging down only wh
Members of the Rayne City Council put off until Monday a decision on whether or not to allow the Step-N-Strut Trail Ride Festival to relocated to t
POLICE RECOGNITION: Al and Burgundy Olivier, who spearheaded the program to present “thank-you” bags to all full-time employees of the Rayne Police Department, are thanked by Police Chief Carroll J. Stelly, right, following the ceremony Friday morning at the department’s CID building. (Acadian-Tribune photo by Steve Bandy)
In the wake of the July 17 shooting that took the lives of three Baton Rouge law enforcement officers and wounded three others, the state — and, in